Flood District

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FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT

UPDATE: As of October 21, 2014 the Flood Board will begin meeting at the South County Campus location of 2741 Napa Valley Corporate Drive, Building 2, South County Campus Large Conference Room, Napa, California.

Directions to the South County Campus

Flood District

The Napa County Flood Control and Water Conservation District is the local sponsor for the award-winning Napa River Flood Management Plan and administers water supply contracts, watershed management and stormwater management programs throughout Napa County. The District's mission is the conservation and management of flood and storm waters to protect life and property; the maintenance of the County watershed using the highest level of environmentally sound practices; and to provide coordinated planning for water supply needs for the community.

Programs

Napa River and Creek Flood Project

The project will restore more than 900 acres of high-value tidal wetlands of the San Francisco Bay Estuary while protecting 2,700 homes, 350 businesses, and over 50 public properties from 100-year flood levels, a savings of $26 million annually in flood damage costs.

Watershed Management and Stream Maintenance

Involves maintenance of the Napa River and its tributaries which includes specialized watershed programs and services funded by local assessments as well as State and federal grants.

Stormwater Management

Napa County and the Cities of American Canyon, Napa, St. Helena, Calistoga and the Town of Yountville collectively administer the Napa County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program.

Water Resources

Includes the Flood District, Milliken-Sarco-Tulocay (MST) Water Project, and information on watershed projects throughout Napa County.

Other Department Information

Dry Creek before

Look what we did in 48 hours!

A downed tree and flood debris threatened to flood properties along Dry Creek. But property owners and district staff had a better plan in mind, one that avoided flooding and built habitat at the same time!

48-hour restoration project on Dry Creek